A former CIA officer trained in corporate espionage was spotted following Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev on a motorbike at the Namami Gange trek. He is now reported to have joined the Isha Foundation’s drive to save Indian rivers.
Michael Buczek, the 37-year-old from Seattle in the US was trained in espionage by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in 2002 shortly after college, but left before deployment and went into corporate espionage. Working with a client, an energy company in Gujarat introduced him to India. Buczek then started his own food supplement business.
In 2013, he sold it and journeyed back to India, where he was trained in yoga by the
Isha Foundation of Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev. Buczek now teaches yoga in the US.
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He returned to India and joined in the foundation’s drive to save Indian rivers, following Sadhguru on a motorcycle. Buczek, who was invited for the Namami Gange trek between October 10 and 14, said he was using his yoga teachings to bring Indians closer to source of their existence the Ganga.
“l was running a successful business and had a lavish lifestyle, visiting places like
Las Vegas, but I was not happy. In 2013 I left everything behind and came to India to learn yoga”, Buczek told Times of India. He was trained in yoga at Isha Foundation, Coimbatore, and now teaches yoga to Americans.
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His girlfriend., meanwhile has taken Indian citizenship and he plans to do this as well. “Though my home is in Seattle, I prefer to live in India and follow my guru who has taken up the task to rejuvenate the river. I feel blessed that I was called for the Namami Ganga trek to help in spreading the message of a clean Ganga”, added Buczek.
For his efforts, Namami Gange programme director Raghav Langer praised Buczek and appreciated his way of spreading the clean Ganga message among the masses.
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The CIA has deep interest in India’s water crisis and has carried out intensive research on river linking projects of India and its potential to destabilize entire South Asia.
Isha Foundation works in tandem with Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) unit of United Nations. Coincidentally, United Nations in collaboration with the CIA has developed a tool called PODIUM using which one could predict a nation’s future water and food crisis. From these projections CIA knows exactly what water projects on which rivers are flashpoints for a future conlict between states or nations.
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